Put price

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Put price

The price at which an asset will be sold if a put option is exercised. Also called the strike or exercise price of a put option.

Put Price

The strike price for a put option. When one buys a put option, one buys the right, but not the obligation, to sell a security to the writer of the option at a certain price. This price is called the put price.
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A federal judge sided with manufacturers on Monday to block a Trump administration regulation requiring drugmakers to put prices in television ads, saying the rule would violate free speech, The Wall Street Journal's Stephanie Armour reports.
Baggies put prices up ALBION have announced season ticket prices for the 2019/20 season - with a slight increase on last year's prices.
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Joan Haining of Dumfries said: "I wouldn't be happy to leave anything off our Christmas Another excuse to put prices up and try to get people to pay more Asha Pratt dinner.
"Despite growers' best efforts to minimise the impact through round-the-clock irrigation, the onion crop has been severely affected." Supermarkets have relaxed size rules but with an expected shortage across Europe, retailers are having to import from South America and Australia, which will put prices up.
Now with Brexit in the mix everyone and anyone will be climbing on the bandwagon to put prices up.
If it rains then the farmers blame the rain, if the sun shines then it is because of the sun, and now with Brexit in the mix everyone and anyone will be climbing on the bandwagon to put prices up.
If they win, popular small outlets which have cropped up all over the country would have to put prices up to survive.
File -- Ahmed Al-Wakil, chairman of the Federation of African and Egyptian Chambers of Commerce CAIRO -- 14 December 2017: Supply Minister Ali El-Moselhi has modified his price tag decree in a way that makes manufacturers and importers not obligated to put prices on their products, Ahmed Al-Wakil, chairman of the Federation of Egyptian Chambers of Commerce, told Egypt Today on Wednesday.
He added: "No one wants to put prices up ahead of Christmas.
In total eight clubs have put prices up while 10 will keep the cost the same.